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Maryland Manual, 1963-64
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the Department of Tidewater Fisheries and the State Planning Depart-
ment. The old State Tax Commission was abolished and the Depart-
ment of Assessments and Taxation and the Maryland Tax Court
created. The Department of Research and Education was re-estab-
lished as the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Mary-
land and the governing bodies of the Departments of Health and
Mental Hygiene were consolidated into the Board of Health and
Mental Hygiene.

The membership of the Maryland Court of Appeals was increased
by Constitutional amendment from five to seven, and several new
circuit court judgeships were created to relieve an overburdened

In May, 1960, the Governor summoned a meeting of Governors and
representatives of the eleven states in the Appalachian region to
discuss common economic problems. Out of that meeting grew the
Conference of Appalachian Governors which President Kennedy
selected as an advisory group to work with his Area Redevelopment

The Governor holds membership in the following clubs and fra-
ternal organizations: Crisfield Rotary Club (charter member), Elks,
Knights of Pythias, Advertising Club of Baltimore, Hibernian Society
of Baltimore, Maryland Society of Pennsylvania, Crisfield Fire De-
partment (past president), Chesapeake Bay Fishing Fair Association
(past president), Masons, Shrine, Order of the Eastern Star, Eastern
Shore Shrine Club, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Scimeter Club, and the
Eastern Shore Society of Baltimore.

He is a former member of the Board of Visitors and Governors of
Washington College, and of the Board of Trustees of Wesley Junior
College, Dover, Delaware, and is a member of the Board of Directors
of the McCready Memorial Hospital in Crisfield, and the Board of
Trustees of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He is past
president of the Maryland State Firemen's Association and is a
former chairman of its Scholarship Committee. He is past president
of the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers, and
Treasurers. He is an honorary member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
National men's leadership society.

Governor Tawes' present address is Government House, Annapolis,
Maryland. He maintains a residence in Crisfield.


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